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On our trip to the Borodino Field Reserve to visit the museum and see the reenactors encampment we made it a must to also visit the Orthodox monastery near Semyonovskoye. The convent has a colorful history and should be a stop for anyone visiting the...More
We were so lucky to attend the holy service at 5pm. The architecture of the church and decoration inside is very interesting for me. Also, the little house where widow of Tucskov lived is also cute with interesting artifacts inside.
We took the train out from Moscow's Belorussky railway station to visit the Borodino battle site and literally stumbled upon this gem nestled in the Russian countryside. It's incredible to think of the carnage that raged throughout this region in the Borodino/Mozhaisk area. Firstly during...More